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Kelowna Mountie enters not guilty plea in connection to violent wellness check involving UBCO student

Kelowna Mountie enters not guilty plea in connection to violent wellness check involving UBCO student

Kelowna RCMP officer pleads not guilty after violent wellness check on UBCO student
Family in need of support after crash sidelines parents of four from work

Family in need of support after crash sidelines parents of four from work

Kelowna parents injured after car crash, relatives fundraise money to cover medical costs
British Columbians want less trade with China, but at what cost?

British Columbians want less trade with China, but at what cost?

While just over six in 10 Canadians want the country to trade less with China, nearly just as many are concerned about the economic fallout
Despite previously being found unfit to stand trial in 2017 Vernon murder, inquiry finds case still viable

Despite previously being found unfit to stand trial in 2017 Vernon murder, inquiry finds case still viable

Richard Fairgrieve and Jacqueline Leavins were charged with second-degree murder in Willy Bartz's death
Report all sick, dead bats in Okanagan, Similkameen Valleys, urges bat conservation group

Report all sick, dead bats in Okanagan, Similkameen Valleys, urges bat conservation group

B.C. Community Bat Program seeks reports about sick or dead bat spotting
BC Ferries warns of staff shortages, service disruptions in the coming months

BC Ferries warns of staff shortages, service disruptions in the coming months

VICTORIA — BC Ferries says a combination of the fast-spreading Omicron COVID-19 variant, a global shortage of mariners, severe weather and the flu season has the potential to disrupt ferry service over the next few months.
Lytton woman concerned the dire situation in the community is being ignored

Lytton woman concerned the dire situation in the community is being ignored

Lytton woman concerned for community and its now-dispersed members
Old-growth activists plan highway blockades across B.C. starting Monday

Old-growth activists plan highway blockades across B.C. starting Monday

Trans-Canada highway expected Monday to be 'disrupted' by old-growth logging activists
Heavy rain, rising temperatures could mean floods on Lower Mainland, Vancouver Island

Heavy rain, rising temperatures could mean floods on Lower Mainland, Vancouver Island

VICTORIA — The agency that monitors British Columbia's waterways is warning of "minor to significant flooding" on B.C.'s Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island as warming temperatures and persistent rain melt heavy snow.
Highway 1 closed as crews clear vehicles, debris from fatal multi-vehicle collision

Highway 1 closed as crews clear vehicles, debris from fatal multi-vehicle collision

SICAMOUS, B.C. — One person is dead after a multi-vehicle pile up on the Trans Canada highway near Sicamous, B.C.
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